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The Pilot Project website launch Birmingham, 18th November 2010

Radio To Go invites you to the launch of the Pilot Project website, a joint venture with the British Library. The site showcases new online music from the West Midlands for the next six months of web streaming experimentation.

Doors open for guests at 6.30pm, allowing you to meet Pilot Project and British Library representatives. At 7pm the Pilot Project website goes live, allowing guests to explore the site. The exceptional Jo Hamilton, the hugely innovative Vijay Kishore and 3rd generation Birmingham Reggae pioneers Friendly Fire band will all play showcase acoustic sets during the evening.

The Pilot Project site is the first public phase in a two–year long project, whose ultimate goal is to build a comprehensive archive (the British Library New Music Network), documenting and preserving the best British new music. This is a long overdue and welcome development – our music industry has changed beyond all recognition, and new media and web-based creativity has empowered independent artists as never before.

This website is a first step in acknowledging these changes. Supported by Digital Content Development at Arts Council West Midlands, the site is a test bed. In developing the project, the British Library and Radio To Go have experimented with curation to present a first sampling of material. We have worked with regional experts across the West Midlands, drawn from the local music industry and local media, most of whom will be in attendance (for more details, see the attached press release). The site repertoire will be accessible and searchable, with information and contacts for the musicians. Users can choose to stream the repertoire in various ways.

It is planned for the site to stay online for 6 months, while streaming experimentation takes place, yielding further technical research information for future projects.

Doors open at 6.30 pm for welcome reception; the site launch is at 7pm.
Would you like to attend the launch? Would you like to know where the launch is being held? We would very much appreciate your RSVP  to:  robin at radiotogo.com

The Pilot Project website launch Fazeley Studios, Birmingham, 18th November 2010

Never Mind The Bullocks gig nights – LAUNCH IN WORCESTER – THURSDAY 18 FEB 2010

nmtB midweek club night launch @ The Firefly Worcester.
After this launch, if it goes well regular gig nights at The Firefly will continue on the first Thursday of every month, the night after my regular Hereford shows on the first Wednesday of every month and the night before my regular show at The Globe At Hay on the first Friday of every month.

Doors 8pm-1am | £5 entry | £3 Students (please bring NUS card)

Drinks offers >>>
San Mig £2 – Grolsh £2 – Vodka Mixer £2 Selected Shots £1

10% of profits from all nmtB shows goes to support Love Music Hate Racism!





LADYFLASH + 9099L35 (vjs)


Here is some footage from the 13 festivals, including Glastonbury that they played last year..


Here’s the video for the last single…..


Last year SUBSOURCE toured with Dreadzone, and had some good shows with Beardyman, Far too Loud, Dizzie Rascal, Dub Pistols and Rodney P.

BREAKING NEWS Subsource gets an honourable mention in Metal Hammer`s 2010 Hot List of bands to keep an eye on this year! Rock on!

The FLY says
“Bionic Breakbeat Punks have the dance-floor squirming with their jaw-dropping power, soul and perception”

Eddy Temple-Morris (XFM) says
“Those who know me well know that breakbeats give me the raging horn but so do some bands… this is so up my street.”

The Metro says
“The best cyberpunk riot since The Prodigy”

BBC Online says
“A live electronica dance band who are loved by those who know and are about to be adored by those who don’t”

LTD Magazine says
“This is a band that truly demands a larger setting – the main stage at Glastonbury comes to mind. Subsource make Pendulum look like the f**king Carpenters”

Liam Howlett (The Prodigy) says
“Amazing vocals”

Single ‘The Ides’ released March 29th, 2010
Album ‘Tales From The Doombox’ released April 5th, 2010
(Doombox Records)



Two piece Dance/Dnb/Electro/Rock duo from North Wales. Supported bands such as, Dananananaykroyd, Black Lips, The Chapman Family, You love her coz shes dead, Casio Kids, Das Wanderlust, James Yuill, Cage The Elephant, The Little Comets and Noisettes. Were crowned KING OF THE MOUNTAIN at Snowbombing Austria 2009. Have performed a live session for Bethan Elfyn BBC RADIO 1 WALES.

Bethan Elfyn BBC Radio 1 Wales
“I haven’t loved anything this much since I heard the Manics’ Generation Terrorists. Bloomin’ ace! xx”
“My new favorite band!”
“like one fifth’s Kings of Leon crossed with the ghost of Death From Above”

A new band a day.com
“I Am Austin are all hair, hormones and songs about lust”
“It’s a big, bruising sound that always threatens to explode violently”

Red Stripe Music Awards
“This stunningly different electro, dance, rock duo have managed to create something unique”

The Fly Magazine, In the city review
“Nice job fellas and our eardrums have been flexed like they’ve done an Elle Macpherson workout.”

The Fly Magazine
“Like the Black Keys meeting Nu-Rave, I Am Austin deliver drum and bass exactly as it says on the tin”

Adam Walton BBC Radio Wales
“The new I Am Austin recordings are skyscraping filth: Add ‘N’ to X, DFA, Kills… a pummeling, monstrous future blues. Ace, in other words”


Bringing a blend of funk, reggae, soul, hip-hop, and alternative/punk-rock! It’s for you! Enjoy!

Surface Unsigned (Midland Final Review)
Saturday 12th September 2009 @ The O2 Academy (Main Stage), Birmingham, Words by Ashley Neal….
“Great catchy dance along tracks merged with some incredibly tight musicianship pulled together to deliver one of the stand out sets of the day”

Brendan Stephens

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